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Forgive the ignorance, however, I have never claimed to be a suspension expert. With the Can-Am Commander being the first to use a TTI rear suspension setup (aside from the Joyner Trooper), how does that affect the building of aftermarket long or mid travel kits? Do these trailing arms need to be replaced, do their pivot points become relocated, or are they not affected?



 

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I would say the existing mounts can and will be used. The VW style tube Buggy's use trailing arms and the factory stock location is typically used. They are made longer and wider. Most of the guys making them do however change the pivot angle to compensate
for higher camber.



 

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I agree with what Odyknuck said. We are developing a system for the Commander now and it will retain the factory mounting points. Mostly for the sake of installation. It seems you can always improve on factory geometry but there's only so much you can feasibly do within the realms of racing legality and end user simplicity.
 

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We don't have any release dates or pricing set yet but I can assure you it will be worth the wait. I know probably every company says that but I will also tell you it will for sure not be the cheapest kit... Hopefully that tells you we are serious ;)

We will be taking our time with this one like we usual. There will be hundreds of hours of testing before it goes public because we really like to do things right and do it once. ;)

I will definetly be keeping everyone posted.

Thanks!
 
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